Ilyushin Il-114

  • CountryRussia
  • TypeTurboprop regional airliner
  • PowerplantsTwo 1840kW (2466shp) Klimov TV7117S turboprops driving six blade constant speed SV-34 propellers
  • PerformanceMax speed 500km/h (270kt), cruising speed 470km/h (254kt). Range with 64 passengers and reserves 1000km (540nm), with a 1500kg (3300lb) payload 4800km (2590nm).
  • WeightsOperating empty 15,000kg (33,070lb), max takeoff 23,500kg (50,045lb).
  • DimentionsWing span 30.00m (98ft 5in), length 26.88m (88ft 2in), height 9.32m (30ft 7in). Wing area 81.9m2 (881.6sq ft).
  • CapacityFlightcrew of two. Seating for 64 at four abreast and 75cm (30in) pitch.
  • ProductionOriginal requirement for 350 from various successors to Aeroflot in Russia. Approximately 15 built thus far.

The Ilyushin Il-114 has been intended to fill what could eventually be a vast necessity to supplant maturing armadas of turboprop aerial shuttles, including the Antonov A 24, in administration on local courses inside Russia and different CIS states.

While just barely entering administration now in the late 1990s, Ilyushin finished the Il-114's essential outline and arrangement in 1986. However the first model did not fly until March 29 1990. Altogether, three models were constructed in addition to two static test airframes, with the first expectation being to attain affirmation and administration entrance in 1993. However the test system was postponed, brought about in any event partially by the accident of one of the models on takeoff amid an experimental run in mid 1993. Russian affirmation was at long last granted on April 26 1997.

The Il-114 is of routine setup, however 10% of its structure by weight is of composites and progressed metal compounds, including titanium. It peculiarities low commotion six sharpened steel composite development propellers, and it can work from unpaved landing strips.

The Il-114 is the fundamental aerial shuttle and structures the premise for various advancements. The Il-114t is a vessel created for Uzbekistan Airlines. It is fitted with a 3.31 x 1.78m (10ft 10in x 5ft 10in) cargo entryway in the back port fuselage and a removable roller floor.

The Il-114m will offer all the more compelling Tv7m117 motors and expanded max takeoff weight permitting a payload of 7000kg (15,430lb) to be conveyed.

In the same way as other current Russian air transport programs, a westernized form of the Il-114 is under attention. This is the Pratt & Whitney Canada Pw127 fueled Il-114-100 (some time ago Il-114pc), which would peculiarity enhanced efficiency and extent execution

The Il-114p is a military oceanic watch variation while the Il-114fk is intended for elint, surveillance and cartographic work and would emphasize a coated nose and raised flightdeck.

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